DATE OF BIRTH:
(College: M.B.B.S. in: Month, year.)
(Degree, diploma, year and University)
(even if you have a good USMLE score, avoid the temptation to mention it as it makes the British wonder if they are you second choice. Besides, they do not know how difficult an exam it is and that 90 centile is a good score!).
REGISTRATION WITH THE GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL, UK:
Eligible for limited registration, LR2, passed PLAB of
(Most recent appointment first, i.e. reverse chronological order)
All the above posts have been full time resident posts, supervised by consultants.
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN VARIOUS SPECIALTIES:
(you can write this as per each specialty or as per job that you have done)
Do mention small things including siting IV lines and taking history as well as intubation or LP (only if you have done it!)
You can mention the experience that you have got in each hospital or at each level (if you have a lot of clinical experience).
The first paragraph should describe the hospital itself e.g. how big, how many beds, what facilities (blood bank,all hours radiology etc.)
You should mention the duration of your work, and the details of your job such as 1:3 on call, Casualty work etc.Whether you attended clinics, theaters and special clinics (asthma clinics, urodynamics, stress test etc.). This paragraph should also mention the work you did in the ward including what you are good at. These are simplethings such as putting IV cannulae, clerking (taking history on admission) patients, counseling and consenting them, arranging pre-op fitness and checking investigations etc. Basically, it should convince them that you canwork as an SHO.
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:
(Write the name, degrees, hospital of attachment and full address including tel and fax numbers).
Generally 3 references are needed